Grove Junior School
Grove Junior School, Turner Street, Northwood,
Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST1 2NL
Telephone: 01782 234550

Photography Club

Photography club is run by www.imagingpartnership.co.uk  and our photography teacher is Anna. Above are a selcetion of photos taken by our photographers.

 

 

Breakdown of Lessons for the 6 week workshops:

Week 1: My Friends and I (Portraits)

Learning opportunities for pupils include:

 Learning how to take effective digital portrait photographs

 Expressing themselves as individuals as a subject for a portrait photograph

 Participating in a group project to create digital photo portraits

 Organising colours to create different moods

 Photography compositions

 Lighting for better photographs

Week 2: Fine Art Photography

Learning opportunities for pupils include:

 Learning how to develop observational skills and visual literacy

 Developing the technical skills of doing fun fine art photography

 Creating a range of digital and fun fine art photographs – both as individuals and in groups

Arts Award accreditation:

Discover award

Young people:

 discover the arts around them through taking part in arts activities

 find out about artists and their work

 share what they have enjoyed and learnt through the award with others

Explore award

Young people:

 take part in arts activities

 explore the work of artists and arts organizations

 create their own artwork

 present what they’ve achieved and enjoyed to other people

Week 3: The World Around Us (Landscapes)

Introduction to: Composition and main camera techniques.

The shapes, buildings, structures, wildlife and nature we’re in as a community: a child’s world view of the work and the interactions of the world around us.

Week 4: Introduction to Documentary (Photojournalism)

Introduction into:

 Exploring what a photographer ‘sees’?

 Lighting and how we can use it to our advantage

 Using your imagination and developing your own style as a photographer

 Exploring storyboarding and producing a photography poster.

Week 5: Lifestyle (Still Life) Photography

The still life photographer ‘makes’ pictures rather than takes them. Our session will concentrate on looking at this and focus on ‘ordinary’ objects around the classroom to see if we can make them look more interesting and arresting. In addition to the subject of lifestyle photography, we will look at doing creative:

 Silhouettes

 Advanced framing techniques

Week 6: Introduction to Photography of Movement (Sports)

Introduction to:

Providing the introduction for creative sports photography and creating engaging images that communicate to the general public, in a fun and dynamic way.

 Introduction to ‘panning’ and ‘zoom burst’s

 Further techniques within photography composition

Bronze award (for age 11 pupils only)

Young people:

 explore the arts as a participant in arts activities

 experience the arts as an audience member

 research an artist/craftsperson who inspires them

 pass on their arts skills/knowledge to others

Photography club is run by www.imagingpartnership.co.uk  and our photography teacher is Anna. Above are a selcetion of photos taken by our photographers.

 

 

Breakdown of Lessons for the 6 week workshops:

Week 1: My Friends and I (Portraits)

Learning opportunities for pupils include:

 Learning how to take effective digital portrait photographs

 Expressing themselves as individuals as a subject for a portrait photograph

 Participating in a group project to create digital photo portraits

 Organising colours to create different moods

 Photography compositions

 Lighting for better photographs

Week 2: Fine Art Photography

Learning opportunities for pupils include:

 Learning how to develop observational skills and visual literacy

 Developing the technical skills of doing fun fine art photography

 Creating a range of digital and fun fine art photographs – both as individuals and in groups

Arts Award accreditation:

Discover award

Young people:

 discover the arts around them through taking part in arts activities

 find out about artists and their work

 share what they have enjoyed and learnt through the award with others

Explore award

Young people:

 take part in arts activities

 explore the work of artists and arts organizations

 create their own artwork

 present what they’ve achieved and enjoyed to other people

Week 3: The World Around Us (Landscapes)

Introduction to: Composition and main camera techniques.

The shapes, buildings, structures, wildlife and nature we’re in as a community: a child’s world view of the work and the interactions of the world around us.

Week 4: Introduction to Documentary (Photojournalism)

Introduction into:

 Exploring what a photographer ‘sees’?

 Lighting and how we can use it to our advantage

 Using your imagination and developing your own style as a photographer

 Exploring storyboarding and producing a photography poster.

Week 5: Lifestyle (Still Life) Photography

The still life photographer ‘makes’ pictures rather than takes them. Our session will concentrate on looking at this and focus on ‘ordinary’ objects around the classroom to see if we can make them look more interesting and arresting. In addition to the subject of lifestyle photography, we will look at doing creative:

 Silhouettes

 Advanced framing techniques

Week 6: Introduction to Photography of Movement (Sports)

Introduction to:

Providing the introduction for creative sports photography and creating engaging images that communicate to the general public, in a fun and dynamic way.

 Introduction to ‘panning’ and ‘zoom burst’s

 Further techniques within photography composition

Bronze award (for age 11 pupils only)

Young people:

 explore the arts as a participant in arts activities

 experience the arts as an audience member

 research an artist/craftsperson who inspires them

 pass on their arts skills/knowledge to others

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